S. Haruehanroengra

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The carbon nanotube (CNT) bundle is a potential candidate for deep nanometer interconnect applications due to its superior conductivity and current carrying capabilities. A CNT bundle is generally a mixture of single-wall and multi-wall CNTs and has not been fully explored in previous studies. This letter introduces a diameter-dependant model to analyze the(More)
In this paper we propose a novel and efficient method for majority gate-based design. The basic Boolean primitive in quantum cellular automata (QCA) is the majority gate. Method for reducing the number of majority gates required for computing Boolean functions is developed to facilitate the conversion of Sum Of Products (SOP) expression into QCA majority(More)
In this paper, we introduce a novel reconfigurable architecture, named 3-D field-programmable gate array (3-D nFPGA), which utilizes 3-D integration techniques and new nanoscale materials synergistically. The proposed architecture is based on CMOS nanohybrid techniques that incorporate nanomaterials such as carbon nanotube bundles and nanowire crossbars(More)
CMOS/nanowire/nanodevice (CMOL) hybrid circuit promises great opportunities for future hybrid nano-scale integrated circuit implementation. In order to improve the fabrication and performance of CMOL circuits, a novel three dimension (3D) architecture is introduced in this work. 3D CMOL eliminates this special pin requirement, enabling feasible fabrication.(More)
Optimizing arithmetic primitives such as quantum-dot cellular automata (QCA) adders is important for investigating high-performance QCA computers in this emerging nano-technological paradigm. In this paper, we demonstrate that QCA ripple carry adder and bit-serial adder designs actually outperform carry-look-ahead and carry-select adder designs because of(More)
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